Elisha Leadership Initiative -- Diocese of West Texas

College Missions is now accepting applications to their year-long internship program. If you want to take your life with Christ to the next level, and would like to help lead others into a life of discipleship, then the Elisha Leadership Initiative may be exactly the program for you.

The Elisha Leadership Initiative is a unique, year-long, leadership development program that focuses on raising up the next generation of missional leaders for the Church. Our program utilizes simple, intentional, Christian community, church ministry and university engagement to help you discover your talents and passions for ministry.

Each participant in our program will receive a monthly stipend, live in community with other interns, and will serve at a local church in San Antonio, Texas. On top of these experiences, you will also receive training in running a ministry, working in a non-profit, and developing your individual leadership style. If you want to take your life with Christ to the next level, and would like to help lead others into a life of discipleship, then we may be exactly the program for you.

If you are interested in applying, please fill out our application: ELI APP

Deadline for fall 2015 is May 15.


Youth Ministry Internship -- Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta, GA

The Cathedral Youth Ministry Internship program is two year opportunity for college graduates interested in spiritual growth, practical training, and relational ministry. One male and one female intern will work together, with the Canon for Education and our Youth Ministry Leadership team, to create and support opportunities for the Cathedral youth to meaningfully engage the Gospel, each other, and the world. Interns will spend time in structured Bible study and prayer and explore academic reading and reflection in the area of youth ministry as part of the program. As full time members of the Cathedral staff, interns will be exposed to the many facets of a church in action and gain valuable skills that will support future work within or outside the church.

One of the outstanding Cathedrals of the church, the Cathedral of St. Philip is also home to one of the largest parishes of the Episcopal Church, with over 7,000 active members and associates. Situated prominently in Buckhead, one of Atlanta's classic neighborhoods, the Cathedral is called to minister in at least three different contexts: to a faithful and complex parish community, to the energetic city of Atlanta, and to the wider world itself. Those constituencies contain a broad variety of personalities, backgrounds, and theological perspectives. The Cathedral proclaims itself as a church for all people; we seek to shine the light to Christ in the world.

Ideal Youth Ministry Interns will be curious, energetic, flexible, willing to learn from both mentors and youth, interested in discerning their Christian vocation, and have experience with youth ministry, either as a participant or leader. Interns are 40 hour a week employees, with weekly Sunday morning hours required. Compensation package includes health insurance and vacation time.

The application is available online.


Intern -- Camp DeWolfe, Wading River, NY (Diocese of Long Island)

Are you energetic and encouraging with a heart for youth? Do you have administrative, marketing and communications skills? Do you love the outdoor setting? Do you love people? Join the Camp DeWolfe team and apply to become an Intern today! Camp DeWolfe Interns serve for approx 20 hours per week (flexible) during Retreat Season Office hours of Wednesday – Sunday 9am – 4pm or Summer Camp Season Office hours of Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm. Opportunities to gain credit for your degree or earn some cash while gaining valuable experience in a non-profit ministry.

Job Purpose:

  • Create a safe, inspiring and wholesome camp program and retreat ministry for both youth and adults that conveys the inclusive love and acceptance of God for all people and Christian values as expressed in the Episcopal tradition. Plan, direct, implement and supervise the Adventure Challenge Program. Coordinate, design and facilitates year-round retreat and hospitality ministry and programs for all guests.



  • Marketing duties including to create and distribute brochures and marketing materials for summer camp & retreat ministries.
  • Administration duties including mail collecting, answering phone, writing thank you letters, filing, monthly camper mailings and seasonal donor/alumni mailings.
  • Register retreat groups and campers using Camp Brain software.
  • Work with Food Service Manager to coordinate meals and food service bookings for retreat groups.
  • Update the Camp website, blog, social media platforms and e-newsletters.
  • Coordinate volunteer projects and Service Saturdays and community projects.
  • Develop and manage programs in the retreat season. Facilitate and develop use of the camp by outside groups throughout the year.
  • Weekly housekeeping projects and duties, prior to group arrival and after group departures.
  • Welcome and providing orientations for retreat groups and retreat hosting throughout their stay.
  • Coordinate and facilitate the Challenge Course program – inspections, equipment, set-up, safety checks, records, rules, evaluations, policies and trainings.
  • Develop and plan the Winter and Summer Camp Programs with direction from Executive Director. Develop a daily and weekly schedule including the special activities of the camp. Responsible for the day to day functioning of program activities in the school year.
  • Responsible for ordering and administration of camp and retreat supplies for all programs.
  • In keeping with the Community Covenant Policies, Interns are expected to lead and maintain a positive, safe, nurturing environment, free of bullying and free of all inappropriate physical contact.
  • Act as a role model in all areas, and in particular, help to foster Christian community.
  • Set a good example for all staff and guests, including appropriate language and dress, punctuality, the sharing of clean-up and other chores, compliance with the ban of use of tobacco products, alcohol and drugs, and display of good sportsmanship and proper table manners.
  • Encourage respect for all other persons, the personal property of others, all camp property, equipment and facilities. Promote good public relations with campers’ parents and visitors.
  • Any additional duties or tasks, going above and beyond to make sure campers, retreat guests and staff have a safe and positive experience at Camp DeWolfe.



  • At least 19 years of age.
  • Completed 1 year of college minimum.
  • 2 years youth work or camp ministry experience.
  • Ability to work independently, efficiently, and professionally, without supervision.
  • Organizational skills, good time management skills and ability to take initiative are essential.
  • Training and experience in Adventure Challenge Facilitation.


Click here to download the application form.